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LA Kings Off-Ice Training Center presented by HockeyShot

General Admission - $10 per session (30 minutes. Does not include instructor) 

Goalies - $5 per session (30 minutes. Does not include instructor)

Private Rental - $175 per hour for the entire space

Monthly Membership - $100 per month (Includes 11 sessions. No monthly carry over.)

Jr. Kings/LA Lions/LAKHSHL Team Fees - $100 per hour

Guest Team Fee - $100 per hour

Guest Coach - $10 per session

(Payments can be made at Guest Services or Skate Counter.)

Toyota Sports Center
555 N Nash Street
El Segundo, CA 90245

Hours of Operation:
Open 7 days a Week
6 - 7:30 am by appointment
3 - 9 pm


Email Mark Hardy (424) 251-5995

Mission Statement

This is a facility built by the Kings, for the Kings to develop their skills. The facility has access for public training usage and will be operated by our youth hockey training department under the tutelage of Mike Donnelly and the LA Kings Player Development Department.

The training techniques and processes will be many of the same techniques used by all Kings players in their development process from the time they are drafted.

Mark Hardy, Head Skills Coach

Mark Hardy joined the Off-Ice Training Center in May, 2019. 

Born in Switzerland, Hardy enjoyed a 15-year NHL career, playing 11 seasons with the Kings. 

Selected in the second round, 30th overall by the Kings at the 1979 Entry Draft, he currently ranks 21st on the all-time Kings scoring list with 303 points and fourth all-time in games played among club defensemen.

Among Kings defensemen all-time, he also ranks third in assists (250), fifth in penalty minutes (858) and seventh in goals (53). He was honored by the Kings pre-game on February 24, 2018 at STAPLES Center as part of the club's popular Legends Night series.

Mike Donnelly, Player Development

Mike Donnelly played five seasons with the Kings from 1990-95.

During his time with the Kings as a player he was a part of the Kings team that made the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in 1993 and he was a member of the popular "All-American" forward line with Tony Granato and Corey Millen.

With the Kings he scored 29 goals on two occasions and at least 21 goals on three occasions.

In 1991-92 he had 28 even-strength goals, sixth most in the NHL, as he finished fifth overall in team scoring that season.

In 1992-93 he finished third on the Kings in goals scored and in 1993-94 he finished fourth.